Blue ceramic plate, ceramic egg cooker: How it works, what you need to know
Blue ceramic plates and ceramic egg cookers are widely used for cooking in ceramic pots, or ceramic cookers with holes in them, which can be filled with water.
They also come in blue, green, red and yellow versions.
A ceramic plate is made of ceramic material and is coated with an adhesive or glue.
The plate is then coated with a coating that can be removed with water or other chemicals.
Once dried, the adhesive is removed and the ceramic plate can be re-coated.
This is done by heating the ceramic coating in the oven and using the ceramic egg to bake the plate, which is then placed in the fridge for several hours.
The plates and eggs can then be stored in a fridge for up to a week.
In some recipes, the eggs can be mixed with a mixture of vinegar and lemon juice to make a paste.
The blue ceramic plates are usually available in ceramic cookware from brands such as Econo, Bic Ceramic, Glaser Ceramic and Blue Ceramic.
Green ceramic plates from the same brands are also available, and these are usually sold as green ceramic plates.
Blue ceramic plates were first introduced in the early 1900s by French chemist Ernest Toussaint, who wanted to use ceramical compounds to enhance the colour of his ceramicals.
They are used to create a more translucent ceramic coating, which makes them easier to handle.
Toussaints ceramic plates came in two colours: silver and black, which are more suitable for ceramic pots.
Eco-catering products such as blue ceramic planters and blue ceramic egg makers are also being made, which combine blue ceramic with other ceramic compounds.